Two years ago, fashion designer Anne Fontaine launched a foundation aimed at raising awareness on the growing issue of deforestation. Since then, the Anne Fontaine Foundation has been working to establish multiple tree-planting projects in the most endangered forest in the world, the Brazilian Atlantic Rainforest, located in Anne Fontaine’s native country. The interesting characteristic of this Foundation is its intense engagement in the arts in order to raise environmental awareness and ultimately fund these reforestation initiatives.
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